PROPETY/THEFT OFFENCES

property-theft offences calgary

  • Motor Vehicle Theft
  • Theft Over $5000
  • Theft Under $5000 (like shoplifting)
  • Robbery
  • Breaking and Entering
  • Home Invasion
  • Being Unlawfully in a Dwelling-House
  • Possession of Break-in Instrument
  • Possession of Property Obtained By Crime Over $5000
  • Possession of Property Obtained By Crime Under $5000
  • Obtaining by False Pretences Over $5000
  • Obtaining by False Pretences Under $5000
  • Fraudulently Obtaining Food or Lodging (like dine and dash)
  • Use, Trafficking or Possession of a Forged Document
  • Fraud Over $5000
  • Fraud Under $5000
  • Identity Theft
  • Identity Fraud
  • Mischief (Damaging Property or Interfering with Lawful Enjoyment)
  • Arson
  • Possession of Counterfeit Money
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    Property/Theft Offences Lawyer In Calgary

    These are offences relating to Thefts, Frauds or Damage to Property and include, but are not limited to, some of the following types of offences:

    Criminal Code, Part IX:  Offences Against Property Rights

    s.326 Theft of Telecommunication Service (includes electricity or gas)
    s.333.1 Motor Vehicle Theft
    s.334(A) Theft Over $5000
    s.334(B) Theft Under $5000 (like shoplifting)
    s.335 Take Motor Vehicle Without Consent
    s.336 Criminal Breach of Trust
    s.342.1 Unauthorized Use of Compute
    s.343/344 Robbery
    s.346 Extortion
    s.347 Criminal Interest Rate
    s.348 Breaking and Entering
    s.348.1 Home Invasion
    s.349 Being Unlawfully in a Dwelling-House
    s.351(1) Possession of Break-in Instrument
    s.351(2) Disguised with Intent to Commit an Offence
    s.353.1 Tampering with Vehicle Identification Number
    s.355(A) Possession of Property Obtained By Crime Over $5000
    s.355(B) Possession of Property Obtained By Crime Under $5000
    s.355.5(A) Trafficking in Property Obtained By Crime Over $5000
    s.355.5(B) Trafficking in Property Obtained By Crime Under $5000
    s.356 Theft From Mail
    s.362(2)(A) Obtaining by False Pretences Over $5000
    s.362(2)(B) Obtaining by False Pretences Under $5000
    s.363 Obtaining Valuable Security by Fraud
    s.364 Fraudulently Obtaining Food or Lodging (like dine and dash)
    s.366 Forgery / Making a False Document
    s.368 Use, Trafficking or Possession of a Forged Document
    s.372(1) Conveying False Information

     

    Criminal Code, Part X:  Fraudulent Transactions

    s.380(A) Fraud Over $5000
    s.380(B) Fraud Under $5000
    s.380.2 Fail to Comply with Prohibition Order
    s.381 Using Mails to Defraud
    s.382 Fraudulent Manipulation of Stock Exchange Transactions
    s.382.1 Prohibited Insider Trading
    s.383 Gaming in Stocks or Merchandise
    s.387 Fraudulent Sale of Real Property
    s.392 Disposal of Property to Defraud Creditors
    s.393 Fraud in Relation to Fares (like taxi fraud)
    s.397 Falsification of Books and Documents
    s.402.2 Identity Theft
    s.403 Identity Fraud
    s.408 Passing Off (Intent to Deceive)
    s.411 Selling Used Goods Without Disclosure
    s.422 Criminal Breach of Contract
    s.426 Secret Commissions / Bribery

    Criminal Code, Part XI:  Wilful and Forbidden Acts

    s.430 Mischief (Damaging Property or Interfering with Lawful Enjoyment)
    s.433 Arson
    s.435 Arson For Fraudulent Purpose (like for insurance fraud)
    s.437 False Alarm of Fire
    s.442 Interfering With Boundary Lines

    Criminal Code, Part XII:  Offences Relating to Currency

    s.449 Making Counterfeit Money
    s.450 Possession of Counterfeit Money
    s.452(A) Uttering Counterfeit Money (using)
    s.452(B) Exporting Counterfeit Money
    s.457 Likeness of Bank Notes

    Criminal Code, Part XII.2:  Proceeds of Crime

    s.462.31 Laundering Proceeds of Crime

    OUR RESULTS

    Thief Found Not Guilty After Impromptu Trial

    Charges: CC: s.334(b) – Theft Under $5000, s.355(b) – Possession of Stolen Property. Allegations: My client had two sets of charges. First, stole some clothing items from Winners. When the Loss Prevention Officer tried to arrest her, she ran and he chased her. When he caught her, she pulled a […]

    Second Offender Gets a Second Chance – Charge withdrawn

    Charges:        CC: s.334(b) – Theft Under $5000 Allegations: My client was caught shoplifting at Sears, again.  She was charged with theft, less than one year before, and was referred to the Alternative Measures Program then. Result:           Normally, a person only gets one opportunity to escape a criminal conviction […]

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